The sporty design of the DOM line is inspired by the automotive world, but with generous volumes and interiors and high-impact housing solutions. Tailor-made for an owner with a contemporary taste who wants to be in contact with nature. And with respect

It is a house on the water. An elegant and comfortable houseboat with ever-changing landscapes. It is no coincidence that it is called DOM, from Domus , like the patrician houses of the ancient Romans, which evoke wonder and splendor. Entirely in aluminum , it will be built by Baglietto, a shipyard that has its origins in 1854, pride in Made in Italy in the world, is also active in the construction of military boats.

It is the result of the creativity of the Vafiadis studio which has studied a concept in line with the family feeling of the shipyard and of great allure. The lines are modern and captivating, with generous internal volumes and large open spaces, in connection with the interiors and in line with today's requests from owners and with current trends.

"A success, that of the DOM line", comments Fabio Ermetto, cco Baglietto, "which has its roots in the philosophy of this boat, inspired by the world of the automotive for external lines, but which re-proposes the comfort and warmth of a 'home away from home' (a Domus in fact) for the interiors".

In fact there are already seven specimens sold and that will soon sail our seas.

The internal volumes are unusual for a boat of this size (41 meters long by 8.70 wide) with unusual housing solutions. An example of this is the layout of the main deck, designed and developed to ensure optimal flow between the internal and external areas, while enhancing the convivial atmosphere.

The main salon, on this deck, is characterized by panoramic windows that can be opened and at full height which make it a natural extension of the aft cockpit. Another noteworthy feature is the original panoramic staircase in glass integrated into the main deck structure.

The two-level beach club with infinity pool completes the one-of-a-kind features. Obviously the interiors will be customized according to the taste of their owners.

"Once again", comments Ermetto, "we highlight the 'atelier' characteristic of our shipyard, capable of great flexibility and propensity for a truly made-to-measure product".

Suitable for transoceanic navigation, DOM133 has a reduced draft (2.10 meters) for navigation even in shallow waters such as the Bahamas.

Equipped with two Caterpillar C32 engines that allow the yacht to reach a maximum speed of 17 knots, the choice of aluminum as a construction material allows a lot of flexibility and lightness, to the advantage of sustainability. In this regard, Baglietto continues its research towards eco-friendly and eco-sustainable technological solutions.

For example hull n. 10252 of this line is designed to be equipped with a parallel hybrid propulsion system that combines traditional diesel engines, electric motors and batteries allowing different configurations and propulsion modes depending on the type of cruise.

Different configurations, to choose efficient navigation modes, reduce consumption, environmental impact, noise and vibrations. For cruises and stops at anchor in contact with nature. In silence and in its respect.